As we wind down from an incredible weather day where winds and floods were the predominant issues, we will continue with breezy conditions and very cold air. Actually winds will be up there in gusts still possible to 50 mph or more, especially in the mountains. That could definitely topple some trees after all that rain. Tonight a system will come through that should cause a period of light snow from areas from the middle part of the state north. Some folks will see a coating, mainly on the grass. Tomorrow breezes continue and cold air. Highs for many will be the 20s and 30s with breezes making it feel 50 – 60 degrees colder than what we had earlier this week! Saturday may also bring a period of snow showers to the region. Sunday remains chilly – and slightly below temps will remain through Tuesday. No other real chances of precipitation. Will watch for another small disturbance Monday night. Next week could be mainly dry with temps headed more towards normal. (40s) All for now!